SEATTLE -- Safety Bradley McDougald and defensive end Ziggy Ansah are out for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.
McDougald was downgraded to out prior to the inactive list being released due to back spasms that kept him practicing during the week. Ansah was also declared inactive due to ankle injury sustained last week against the Cleveland Browns.
With Lano Hill also inactive due to an elbow injury, rookie second-round pick Marquise Blair is set to start at safety for the first time in his career.
D.J Fluker is active after missing last week's game against the Browns with a hamstring injury, but left tackle Duane Brown is inactive for a second straight week. While Fluker is active, the Seahawks may still stick with their starting line from last week with George Fant at left tackle and Jamarco Jones at guard with Fluker available in a reserve role.
With McDougald and Hill out, the Seahawks will have just one reserve safety active for Sunday's game in rookie Ugo Amadi. The team could have elected to promote Adrian Colbert from their practice squad on Saturday to help cover the position but elected not to.
Wide receivers John Ursua and Gary Jennings are inactive again with guard Jordan Roos also a healthy scratch for Seattle.
For the Ravens, wide receiver Marquise "Hollywood" Brown is inactive due to an ankle injury and cornerback Jimmy Smith is out with a knee injury. Linebacker Patrick Onwuasor (ankle) and cornerback Maurice Canady (thigh) are also out with injuries.
Quarterback Trace McSorley, guard Ben Powers and defensive tackle Daylon Mack round out the Ravens inactives.
- WR Gary Jennings
- WR John Ursua
- S Bradley McDougald
- S Lano Hill
- G Jordan Roos
- OT Duane Brown
- DE Ziggy Ansah
- QB Trace McSorley
- WR Marquise Brown
- CB Jimmy Smith
- CB Maurice Canady
- LB Patrick Onwuasor
- G Ben Powers
- DT Daylon Mack
Photo Credit: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON - OCTOBER 03: Todd Gurley #30 of the Los Angeles Rams runs the ball against Bradley McDougald #30 of the Seattle Seahawks during the first half of game at CenturyLink Field on October 03, 2019 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Alika Jenner/Getty Images)